Reviews and Problems with HP LaserJet P1102 / P1102W
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After going through the installation, I cannot get it to work.
Amazon Customer, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: My past experiences with HP have been good. I am not sure why this printer will not work with a wireless install. My biggest concern is that I cannot chat with a representative from the company on line or any other way. I assume it will work eventually, but need help. I have spent a lot of time with it already. I will give it a guarded 3 star at this point in time.
Summary: not bad for printing a page or two at a time but seems to get to hot if trying to print 50 pages all at one time. Not sure if that is a HP issue or the fact that UPS dropped it over my 6 foot fence onto the sidewalk below. Still havent made up my mind to return it or not since the drop may have done some internal damage.
Excerpt: After talking with a store associate, I purchased this model with the understanding it printed color. I got home only to find that the associate did not tell the truth and that it only prints in black and white. I would not have been happy had I not been able to return it.
Summary: For me the jury is still out on this low end printer. I bought it primarily as a draft and daily use printer so that I wouldn't have to crank up my color Laserjet or large format Canon inkjet for routine printing. The quality of the printing is OK. However, the paper handling is not so good. Printing 2 sides, whatever mode you use to do it, is not satisfactory.
Summary: I have yet to buy this. However I have read that this laser printer is AirPrint upgradable by loading the latest firmware. Thus your ipad or iPhone could print to it. Note that apple no longer indicates this is the case because it is rather old now. They did previously. After setup I have read you want to restart your router to recognize and enable AirPrint.
Summary: This printer seemed fairly easy to setup (wired) on my Windows 2003 Server VM. I was able to generate a test page quickly, but was unable to get output from a proprietary business application for which I purchased the printer. I was hoping to use the HP (due to its small size) for trade-show printing demonstrations. After some digging, I found that the HP 1102W doesn't support PCL6 or 5e, so I had to return it. Otherwise, it would have been perfect for me.
Summary: I am a computer technician and I thought setting up this printer was going to be easy but I was wrong. It took my 3 hours to get the wireless set up because it wouldn't want to connect wireless with my network. I had to reboot my whole network I had to uninstall the drivers then install them again for the printer to work wireless. But for $65 I had $20 amazon credit I think its worth it. I am a college student so for papers and what not is reliable.
Summary: I chose this product because of the reviews which were very good. I have a MacPro. Hooking to the printer by line was excellent. The product works very well and is fairly quiet operationally. I also wanted to have a wireless connection for both myself and wife but so far I have been unable to achieve success. The dvd disk included with the product is not recognized by my computer and when I go to the support site the information provided is confusing.
Excerpt: The first one would take too long to print. On one occasion the document did not print until the next day. So, we returned it and got another one which seems to work better but it too is a bit slow when printing from remote devices. However, as a stand alone connected via USB cable it's great. If you home school more than one student it will definatley save you money. This printer seems to have unending toner.
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Set Up, Fast Print Time, Low Ink Consumption